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Anthony Abbatiello

Anthony Abbatiello is a Partner at Deloitte based out of the New York office. Anthony is the global leader of the Firm’s Leadership business. He advises global clients on building high performance businesses that drive growth and optimization through Human Resources, Leadership Development and Talent Management.

At Deloitte, Anthony is responsible for the Firm’s market entry, growth strategy and business operations for the global Leadership business, and has launched the Culture business with the awardwinning CulturePathTM product. He has played roles leading the industry and functional Human Capital practices creating innovative HR solutions, researching trends to provide thought leadership, developing practitioners to deliver quality results to clients and supporting global project teams as an HR advisor.

Anthony began his career at Accenture helping global clients increase the effectiveness of HR by creating innovative strategies, global operating models and bringing HR into the digital age. He also helped pioneer Accenture's HR Transformation capabilities with the first HR Outsourcing arrangement in the Financial Services industry. Continuing to build expertise in Enterprise Business Transformation, Anthony has led key Mergers/ Acquisitions and the transformation of global enterprise functions such as HR, Operations, Finance and Information Technology.

Finally, Anthony continues to share his expertise and industry research externally through his Adjunct Professor role at New York University, teaching Masters-level courses in Human Resources Strategy, Organization Development and Change Management. Mr. Abbatiello holds an MS degree in Human Organizational Science from Villanova University.

Presentation:

The Digital Future Our Clients Face: How the Human Capital Rules Are Changing the Game

Abstract:

Our client’s future is changing at a rapid pace. This session will focus on sharing human capital trends research and discussing market forces that are impacting the way our clients lead and make decisions about the future of work, the workforce, and human resources.


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